- The physical address of the building or complex hosting the tradeshow.
- The specific name of the tradeshow the shipment is going to. Sometimes multiple tradeshows are hosted at the same time, in the same vicinity.
- The tradeshow booth name and number.
- Show decorator and phone number.
Tradeshow shipping can be a real problem with LTL freight, as there are a number of things you have to keep in mind to successfully avoid major additional fees. It’s not really all that surprising that tradeshow pickups and deliveries can wreck havoc on your freight game. Depending on the size of the tradeshow, there are going to be trucks running in and out constantly, people moving and grooving – it’s a mess! But fear not, follow these quick tips for your tradeshow shipping, and you’ll be able to rest easy. And for easy reference, download the Tradeshow Shipping Freight Paper. 1. BOL at Pickup The BOL used at pickup is CRUCIAL to the success of your tradeshow shipment. On the freight bill of lading used at the time of pickup, you’ll need the following information visible and easy to read: